Oh wow! Looks scary. I love your work!!
John:How can we learn more about this personal project?--Dave
Hi storms...,Thanks so much for the nice reply. Yeah, me loves the scary. Hope you like the work that's to come. Dave,The most I can say about the story is that it's about a little girl living in East L.A. (my hometown) who, shall we say has a 'vivid imagination'. I'm still trying to work a story through it all, not to mention her character. I'll definitely keep you posted as soon as I know what direction to take. John
I hope this project of yours will come to life because this is simply fantastic. Great atmosphere.
Come on...I just had to protest. the name "Xochitl" is not pronounced "so-chee", at least not if you have some capability of pronouncing spanish words. Having to live with the name, I guess I tolerate it when people call me "so-chee", but please don't give the impression that it's the correct way ;-)
Anon, Sorry my bad, but since you brought it up, how do you pronounce it?
My name is Xochitl and I pronounce it "so-cheel". There are various ways, but this is the most popular.
Oh wow! You don't even know the correct way to pronounce your name. Your name is NAHUATL. The L should be silent, only pronounce the T. The X has a "sh" sound, like "shee". Go to this website and they'll set you straight: www.mexica-movement.org.
The cote that you gave for Nahuatl is just a generalization The T being silent is not always the case. I'm a Mexica dancer & know a large amount of Nahuatl words & the T is not always pronounced & the L is not always silent. I've known many Xochitl's & they've all pronounced it so-cheel, not so-chi, or so-cheet.
My bad that should say cite, not cote.
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